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SITE 164 FIELDS FARM

OS REF:SK585135

FIELDS FARM HAS NO PUBLIC ACCESS

Not to scale. The sites that relate to Fields Farm

Date: 7th May 2003

This site contains the remains of the farm buildings to Fields Farm with the stable being fairly intact and a small type of barn.
The access is from Mountsorrel Lane with the farm buildings being sited at the far end at the bottom of the track.
The approach is now over rough grassland with potential for wild flowers.

A small site but an interesting one.

Entrance to Fields Farm Site 164 from Mountsorrel Lane. February 2007

Fields Farm Site 164 looking from the buildings to Mountsorrel Lane. May 2003

Buildings at Fields Farm Site 164. May 2003

Looking from the farm buildings to Mountsorrel Lane. May 2003

Fields Farm buildings. May 2003

Looking into the building above at Fields Farm. May 2003

Stable, rear right, at Fields Farm. May 2003

Looking to the stable at Fields Farm. May 2003

Taken from Site 190 (Homefield 2), looking over Site 167 (Brook Field), then over Site 170 (Enclosed Field) to Site 164 showing the Fields Farm buildings. October 2003

From Site 167 (Brook Field) looking to Site 164 with Fields Farm buildings. October 2004

SITE 164 FIELDS FARM IN 2015

THREATENED-SOON TO BE LOST

Looking into Fields Farm from Mountsorrel Lane. April 2015

Looking from Mountsorrel Lane down to the old farm buildings. April 2015

Looking from the old farm buildings to Mountsorrel Lane. April 2015

Part of the old farm buildings. April 2015

Part of the old farm buildings. April 2015

Part of the old farm buildings. April 2015

The old buildings in April 2015

Goodbye to Fields Farm and the wildlife that it supported. Soon to be yet more houses in Rothley.

April 2015

The proposals for building on all the fields. July 2012

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